Laboratories & Research Infrastructure
Forensic Interviewing & Suggestibility Laboratory
Director: James M. Wood, Ph.D.
Dr. Wood's laboratory is comprised of four rooms: a faculty office, a graduate student office, and two rooms for data collection and analysis. Research in this laboratory focuses on forensic issues, particularly topics concerning memory, suggestibility, and interviewing in legal contexts.
Mental Health & Criminal Justice Laboratory
Director: Jennifer Eno Louden, Ph.D.
Dr. Eno Louden's lab includes one large observation room with one-way mirrors, an observation area, and two graduate student offices. The lab focuses on topics related to mental health and criminal justice.
Adolescent Development and Delinquency Laboratory
Director: April Thomas, Ph.D.
Dr. Thomas’ laboratory includes a large room for conducting social experiments and paperwork, as well as 3 private interview rooms containing computers, and a graduate student office space. The lab is equipped with actigraphy devices for evaluating sleep, computers, and electronic tablets for daily diary assessment. Research in this lab examines the developmental phenomena of adolescence, particularly as it applies to risk behavior and delinquency.